Challenge: Crooked (Minimal Editing I*)
Camera: Nikon D800
Lens: Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 24-70mm f/2.8G ED
Location: Seattle, Washington (USA)
Date: Jul 18, 2015
Date Uploaded: Jul 18, 2015
Busted, you’ve seen this subject from me before in different challenges. Decided right away I wanted to shoot it again for this one. It’s the Amgen Bridge on Seattle’s industrial waterfront.
Went there after work Friday and shot it. Then drove 2 hours, 9.1 miles, home in the worst rush hour I’ve ever experienced. When I got home, I discovered I’d mis-set my camera and all I had on the card was RAW images. Shit! Shit!! Shit!!! Stupid.
I briefly considered doing a ‘minimal edit’ using the RAW image thinking it was unlikely to make it to the top five and proof would be unlikely to be requested. But I didn’t, just in case.
Drove back again in today’s 90-degree heat (unusual for Seattle, even in Summer), verified my settings, and reshot it. Back home, same route but without rush hour traffic, this time taking only about 20 minutes.
Pulled it off the camera and stuck it here.
• Resize (PSCC2105)
• Sharpen (PSCC2105)
• Save for Web (PSCC2015)
• Date: 2015.07.18
• Camera: D800e
• Lens: Nikon AF Zoom-Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8 VR DG IF-ED
• ISO: 100
• Aperture: f/10
• Shutter: 1/80
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